On Sheriff’s office increasing patrols for Newville party
I hope Anchor inn is footing the bill for the extra patrol. Even at its coldest, I have seen hundreds, if not thousands attend this annual event, meaning anchor is making major bucks.
On Schnucks: 2.4 million credit, debit cards at risk
Glad I don't shop there, Logli's is the most expensive grocery store in this town.
On Child’s papal embrace serves as a lesson in love
I can't wait til the Gazette finally changes their policy so people like Sigma and ImJustSayin will disappear. You people are sick for your nasty comments.
On Parker softball team looks to improve despite varsity inexperience
I agree battler and she also needs to use the strengths that some of the girls bring to the game instead of making them into something else. Girls who can put the ball over the fence should not be chop slapping the whole season and she needs to learn when to bunt and when not to.
On Janesville City Council to consider allowing dogs in parks, trails all year long
Not sure who the city council is trying to fool by this. Dogs have been in the parks and on the trails all along in spite of a so called 40+ year ban. It is just another of many bans, laws, ordinances that do not get enforced. I have no problem with people's dogs as long as they clean up after them and that is not just dog owners, but everyone who uses the parks and trails. Lazy ass people are trashing our parks, trails, and roads.
On Weather causing problems on I-90
You are exactly right kangaroo. At 5 am the roads were the strangest I have seen in awhile. Going down Washington it appeared that where ever there was a tree hanging over the road, there was a sheet of ice. No tree = no ice. Center bridge was all ice and I even notice tire track that had gone over the median. But I made it to work without a hitch because even in March, I remember how to drive in Wisconsin's crazy weather.
On Downtown snow removal scheduled for tonight
This article isn't about plowing the downtown streets, which by the way have already been plowed. It is about removing all the snow that was already plowed. In residential streets the snowbanks just keep getting larger and larger but in downtown the snow eventually has to be moved elsewhere. I believe it gets hauled off to the Dawson field parking lot. Rusty, my street rarely gets plowed either which is probably why neighbors don't even bother moving their cars off the road and the one business at the end of the street is always plowing their snow into and across the road leaving an even bigger mess.
On Janesville public schools closed today
We counted 9 vehicles in the ditches from cars to semi's, and the condition of the interstate has no bearing on the schools as none of the schools are located on the interstate and few of them are even located on main roads.
Well I drove from Janesville to Antioch this morning and while some roads were ok, some were not. County A was nearly impassable in areas. I have lived in Janesville my whole life. I have driven in blizzards, torrential down pours, tornadoes, you name it. I am not concerned with my driving or the roads, getting my child back and forth to school. I am concerned about all the other drivers out that I may cross paths with, especially those that think 4 wheel drive, front wheel drive, and whatever else you can think of means that they can drive like morons. Just going down Milton Ave this morning, it was slick so I chose to do 30 instead of 40, and as all those went past me because they had the awesome cars, I laughed at them when the light ahead turned red because they were all sliding sideways, swerving to avoid each other while trying to stop their cool cars. Yes I would have taken my son to school today if it were open but I am thankful I did not have to because picking him up yesterday afternoon was a pretty scary ride and when you deal with high school traffic, you don't even need crappy weather to make the drive dangerous.
On Winter weather advisory issued
Fire up those snowblowers and snowplows, they are music to Sigma's ears.
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